Door Locks – How To Choose Function

Entry Function

  • Entrance/Keylock Function: (Turn/push-button locking: push-button locks the outside lever until it is unlocked by key or by turning the inside lever)
  • Pushing and turning button locks outside lever, requiring use of a key until the button is manually unlocked
  • Interior lever is always free for emergency egress at all times.

Classroom Function

  • Classroom Function (Commonly used in School Classrooms).
  • Exterior lever is placed in the locked or unlocked position with key.
  • Set the exterior lever to be either locked or unlocked using the key.
  • Interior lever is always free for emergency egress at all times.

Storeroom Function

  • Storeroom Function (commonly used on storerooms and mechanical rooms.
  • When the door is closed, it is always locked (rigid) from the outside and requires a key to open.
  • Door is always open from the inside for emergency egress.

Passage Function

  • Passage Function (both levers are always unlocked)

Privacy Function

  • Privacy / Bathroom Function (The outside lever is locked by pushing a button on the inside and can be unlocked from the outside by using a flat object (coin or screwdriver) to turn the button for emergency entrance.
  • Also, Turning inside lever or closing the door will release the button.
  • Inside lever is always free for immediate egress.